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Do you ever have those days where you just need a little inspiration but don’t have a ton of time? Yeah, we do too.

Read on for some tools and tips to help you improve your leadership and your business. Don’t worry, they’re quick reads.*

*Apparently, humans have a shorter attention span than a goldfish nowadays

Weekly Cup of Joe Comfort is the enemy of greatness.

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March 19, 2021 Watch
Podcast Testing Podcast Post

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March 16, 2021 Read
Wisdom on Wednesday Should you really trust your gut?

We’ve all heard the old adage: always trust your gut. But what does it really mean? Our bodies give us…

October 28, 2020 Read
Wisdom on Wednesday How to Leave Fear Behind

Fear itself doesn’t exist. It’s really and truly just a construct of your mind. That’s why I like to refer…

October 21, 2020 Read
Wisdom on Wednesday It Turns Out Opposites Don’t Attract

You can’t be both anxious and peaceful at the same time.You can’t be both furious and ecstatic at the same…

October 14, 2020 Read
Wisdom on Wednesday Get a Handle on Yourself

The mind is like an iceberg. It floats with one-seventh of its bulk above water. –Sigmund Freud Our brains are…

October 7, 2020 Read
Wisdom on Wednesday Won’t You Be My Neighbor?

Ah, the Neapolitan Building. As I sit at my desk each day, brainstorming, writing and considering the next steps for…

September 30, 2020 Read
Wisdom on Wednesday Free Gift, No Strings Attached

Think about those people in your life who just get you. You know, the ones who make you feel uplifted,…

September 23, 2020 Read
Wisdom on Wednesday The Three Keys to Marketing

Is your business living in the now or in it for the long haul? Sure, that clever ad may have…

September 16, 2020 Read

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